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IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Bowling News IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllll IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Bowling News IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllll Baldwin TELLS tion of Dewey lily, to manager of Timber Company's Plywood Plant, was by Dave Carstairs, Production manager for Washington plywood Lnager of McCleary succeeds Del recently was named McCleary Door Plant. began his Simpson as a foreman at the Ore., Plywood was promoted to SUperintendent of Olympic Plywood last summer. (Dick) F. Baldwin succeed Penberthy topic general Baldwin joined spring as a plywood engineer at Shelton. IEN, STUDENTS GAP ~eSsmen and students ~ridge an existing gap in order to better business a of bnsiness at Washington Dewey Penberthy business graduates need more and better' "people orientation and communication skills, especially in writing." The businessmen said the quality of university graduates is increasing but that students are prepared for jobs at too high a level, which causes them initial and continuing disappointment and frustration• Forming the panel during a meeting of the 24-member state-wide advisory committee were J. Robert Mitchell, Seattle, assistant vice president, Pacific Northwest Bell Telephone (To.; James F. Aylward, Seattle, president, Sherwood and Roberts: Fred W. Albaugh, Richland, director of sponsored programs, Battelle. Memorial Institute Corp., and I, Allen Brown, Vancouver, a certified public accountant. The businessmen suggested that the following items should be included in the student's curriculum: management of time, contributions to their organization, mobilization of strengths, setting priorities and effective decision making. panel also said of the Advisory to the Washington iversity College of meetingt in order to make the and Business that schedulff, for the season. GUYS & DOLLS Men's Hi Game: Klaus Hoepfner 242. Men's Hi Series: Klaus Hoepfner 613. Women's Hi Game: Joyce Fredson 205. Women's Hi Series: Lori Hughs 541. Standings: Sandbaggers 25V2-10V2; Riots 24-12; Woodchucks 22-14; Morgan Transfer 20V2-15V2; Straf 19-17; Bullheads 18-18; Outcasts 18-18; Carpetbaggers 1 7V2-1 8V2; Newcomers 16-20; 4 Lovers 13'/z-22V2; Kinfolk 12V2-23V2; 4 B's 11 V2 -24 V2. Outcasts 3, Char Murr 495; Woodchucks 1, Lori Hughs 541; 4 Lovers 2, Dean Perry 489; Bullheads 2, Klaus Hoe0fner 613; Straf 0, Leo Nault 592; Sandbaggers 4, L. C. Leman 600; Morgan Transfer 1V2, Norm Schimschat 498; Kinfolk 2V2, Ken Wolden 490; 4 B's 1, Dan Brown 50[; Carpetbaggers 3, AI Furnish 391; Riots 3, Gene Roe 57] : Newcomers 1, Dave Mueller 485. MR. & MRS. HANDICAP Men's Hi Game: Jim Pennington 220. Men's Hi Series: Del Stormo 579. Women's Hi Game: Rosalie Warren 198. Women's Hi Series: Rosalie Warren 480. Standings: TyPe Well Drilling 26-]4; Eacrett Lumber 26-14; Mason County FederalCredit Union 25-15; V'on's Floor Covering 25-15; Lake Cushman 21V2-18:/z; Evergreen Florists 21-19; J&J Service 20V2-19V2; Dicks Diggers 18-22; Sargents Oysters 18-22; Hoodsport Texaco 14-26; Allyn Shell 13-27; Johnson & Johnson 12-28. Tyee Well Drilling 3, Jewel Von Osten 508; MCFCU 1, Rosalie Warren 480; J&J Service 4, Lee Chapman 465; Allyn Shell 0; Von's Floor Covering 3, Vern Beeson 532; Evergreen Florists 1, Les Collins 447; Hoodsport Texaco 1, George Wright 435; Eacrett Lumber 3, Eldon Todd 474; Sargents Oysters 0, Toni Matson 455; Dick's Diggers 4, N ina Dishon 452; Johnson & Johnson 1, Dick Johnson 426; Lake Cushman 3, Mild Delby 434. WOMEN'S THURSDAY TRIO Women's Hi Game: Velda Skipworth 212. Women's Hi Series: Velda Skipworth 516. Standings: Nye Co. 29|/2-10|/2; Clary Trucking 24-16; Servicemaster 24-16; Shelton Veterinary 23-17; Arnold & Smith Ins. 21-19; M&O Logging 21-19; The Hut 20V2-19Vz; Mikes McCulloch Sales 20-20; B. Fullers Custom Builder 18-22; Wingards Sport Shop 16-24; D. Makoviney Const. 12-28; Olympic Paint 11-29. Pat Boad 5-6-7 split. Clary Trucking 1, Boa Brandt 479; Shelton Veterinary 3, Tuey Schumacher 448; The Hut 3, Jackie Brown 420; D. Makoviney Const. 1, Darlene Gallinger 401; City ,League B Fuller Custom Builder 3, , 'n , .... : r: : Lugile Farmwald 465; Arnold & City League Basi~ctb~Jli 'Srnith I'ns. l, Pat Boad 515; Nye • .C:.o~,'3~. Dorothy Ahrens 466; players will have their final " Olympi#~Paint 1, Barbara Gorman Le, ague~etin~ovember 18 at 351; Wlngards Sport Shop 1, 8:00p._,#l. Jn the Lincoln Gym. Frankie Barnes 482; Mikes Entry fees must be paid at the McCu Iloch Sales 3, Velda Skipworth 516; M&O Logging 3, Barb Hall 447; Servicemaster ], Colleen Yorke 455. WOMEN'S CITY Women's Hi Game: Sonja Cochran 179. Women's Hi Series: Mary Lou Wicken 458. Standings: Lumbermens 26-]4; Shelton Recreation 21]/z-18V2; Morgans 19V2-20V2; Millos 13-27. Shelton Recreation 3, Sonja Cochran 455; Lumbermen s 1, Mary Lou Wicken 458; Morgans 2, Sonja Pearson 450; Millos 2, Maggie Ogg 454. 12:30 LEAGUE Women's Hi Game: Shirley Stites & Virginia Dickinson 182. Women's Hi Series: Shirley Stites 485. Bob's Tavern 1, Sharon Huisingh 418; C&L Time 3, Donna Coleman 484; Shelton Glass 3, Shirley Stites 485; Nell's Pharmacy 1, Virginia Dickinson 464. Too Late to Classify WILL DO sewing, mending or housework. Phone 426-4766. B11/18 FOR SALE Opel G.T. 1970 model, excellent condition, low mileage. Phone 426-6817. W11/18 FOR RENT -- small furnished house on Mason Lake until June. Phone 426-3659 evenings. Kll/18 1956 FORD two-door sedan, new tires, brakes, shocks, tach., gauges. Phone 426-6148. W11/18 1966 FORD wagon, automatic, radio, heater. $595. Washer and dryer both for $55.00. Phone Hoodsport 877-5253. M11/18 STRAYED TO my home- 3 half-grown dogs, 2 female, 1 male. They are the short-haired golden retriever type, friendly and healthy. Call evenings or Friday 426-4528. B] 1/18 1964 HONDA 250 Scrambler, rebuilt top end, runs, $150.00, extra parts. Phone 426-2895. R1]/18 ROOM AND board with light care. $150.00 month. Phone 426-8140. Bll/18-12/9 TWO POODLE pups, two months, black, also one silver female five years, good with children. Pups $10.00, female $25.00. 338 East Pine. Ll1/18 FOR SALE 1965 Volkswagen, great shape, new paint, $700. Phone 426-3089. Dll/18 H ELP TO celebrate 1st year anniversary, Nov. 20. Free snacks, door prizes, live country western music. Gibler's 'Cove Resort Tavern, on beautiful Spencer Lake. 426-1789. 11/18 LOST 2 red boat seats in the canal, $5 reward for each returned seat. Hoodsport Marina. Hll/18 ALWAYS WELCOME AT OLSEN FURNITURE * 4TH & COTA * QUALITY FURNITURE AT PRICES YOU CAN $ 95 '69's I 100 for Immediate or • LEATHER CHAIRS =E m t- o m With purchase of $69.95 or more. Offer expires Nov. 24, 1971. Limit 1 per family. 18" x 24" FULL SIZE QUILTED BED PILLOWS Colorful floral prints. Without coupon $5.95 Ea. WITH COUPON " EACH Limit 2. Cash value 1/20the- Offer good Nov. 19-20-21, 1971 only. e 12 x 24 PLATE GLASS With hardboard back, 3/16" glass, beveled edge. Without coupon $6.95 ea. WITH 88 COUPON EACH Limit 2, Cash value 1/2OthtL Offer good Nov. 19-20-21. 1971 only. Convenient Terms or • FREE DELIVERY . FREE PARKING 426-4702 Quality Furniture since 1936 • FREE GIFT WRAPPING • $10.00 FOR LAY-AWAY 4th & Cota OPEN DALLY 8:30 to 5:30 WELCOME AT OLSEN FURNITURE * 4TH & COTA * QUALITY FURNITURE AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD Carol Grunert Taken By Death Mrs. Carol May Grunert, Rt. 2, Box 822, died Saturday at the age of 64 years in a Seattle hospital. She was born May 29, 1907 in Fairhope, Ala., and came to the Shelton area in 1934. Mrs. Grunert was a member of the United Methodist Church; the Daughters of the Nile, Tacoma; the Nydia Club; Shelton Rock and Mineral Society; the Salty Sashayers Square Dance Club; and the Christmas Town Rounders Round Dance Club. She was a past matron of Welcome Chapter OES. Survivors include her husband, Clarence, of the home; a son, Garth, and a daughter, Mrs. Susan Rose, both of Shelton; six grandchildren; a brother, Louis Barkley, and a sister Mrs. Elna Pedersen, both of Seattle; and many nieces and nephews. A funeral was held in the United Methodist Church at 1 p.m. Tuesday. Officiating were the Rev. William Andrews and Welcome Chapter OES. Burial was in Shelton Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers donations were requested for the Shrine Crippled Children's Hospital or the United Methodist Church. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Bowling News IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII WEDNESDAY NIGHT DOUBLES Men's Hi Game: Bill Howard 191. Men's Hi Series: Dick Wood 528. Women's Hi Game: Barbara Wood 184. Women's Hi Series: Jimmie Vercher 414. Standings: M&M 18V~-9V~; B&J 18-10; Niwa's 14-14; Wood's 13V2-14|/~; Myer's 12Vz-15V2; Hanson's 7Vz-20V~. M&M 2, Hazel Young 412, The Wood's 2, Dick Wood 528; Niwa's 3, Carl Niwa 449; Myer's 1, Willy Myer 457; Hanson's 1, Fred Hanson 392; B&J 3, Bill Howard 509. BUDGETING: the art of doing that well with one dollar which any bungler can do with two after a fashion. Arthur Wellington Jerry Johnson Young Demos To Be Honored The Mason County Democrat Club will hold its meeting at the Inn Quest tonight instead of in the PUD 3 building, it was announced this week. Members of the Young Democrats will be the club's guests with special honor for their president Jerry Johnson. Investigation Continues Shelton Police and the Mason County Sheriff's Office said this week they are continuing to follow up any leads they get in the disappearance of Kelvin (Kelly) Coots, 10. The boy disappeared from the vicinity of Seventh St. Oct. l l and no trace of him has been found to this time. A reward fund, established for information leading to the discovery of the boy's whereabouts, is now $843.49, according to the Seattle First National Bank, which has been handling the fund. To Meet The regular meeting of the Thurston-Mason Health District Board of Health has been changed for the month of November• The Board will meet at Olympia City Hall, at 10 a.m. today to consider the 1972 budget and other matters. No Pick Up There will be no garbage pick-up in the city of Shelton Thanksgiving Day, it was announced this week. Pickups which are normally made on Thursday will be made Friday and those normally made on Friday will be made on Saturday. ANIMALS: agreeable friends - they ask no questions, they pass no criticisms. George Eliot Fawn Lake Women's Club RUMMAGE & GIFT BOUTIQUE PUD Auditorium FRI., DEC. 3 9:30 to 4:30 CHOPPED SIRLOIN OF BEEF ~1.65 * ROAST BEEF DINNER ~1.75 f~ O .J / < U @ O'} n- UJ r- r) r $6"L$ -IVlO3dS OEIVA HOO.LS , $6"L$ 3EIOHS ~R dlHS Wl • , ,. OWS. .... rapenes. Over 400 sizes and colors in stock or special order. Sill length, floor length, triple widths, wall-to-wall, and more. Choose just the size you want.., do it now and save 15%. 'Tique' ready-made draperies are cotton/rayon jacquard with thermal foam back. Penn-Prest to machine wash, tumble dry, never iron. Decorator colors. 50x63"... 7.64, reg. 8.99 50x84"... 8.06, reg. 9.49 Shop Daily 9:30-5:30 Fri. 9:30-8:30 p.m. Sale 8 49 Reg. 9.99. Crinkle patent stretch vinyl boots. Synthetic sole, heel. Black and colors, 5-10, even sizes. 1444 Reg. 16.99. Leather-look urethane boot with full zip- per, synthetic sole. In black and fashion colors 5~/z to 9½B Sale 1189 Reg. 13.99. Crinkle vinyl. Granny boot. Synthetic sole. Black and colors. , 5 to 10B., Sale 1444 Reg. 16.99. Leather boot with acrylic pile lining. Synthetic sole. Black or brown. 5 to 10B. Shop Daily 9:30-5:30 Fri. 9:30 to 8:30 p.m. i i • t Thursday, November 18, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 5